COVID-19 Alerts for Our Patients
Coronavirus Vaccination for MCC patients
We don’t know when or where vaccine will be available for our patients. The Marin County Department of Public Health will be making these decisions as allotments become available. For more information from the county about the COVID vaccine you can go to their website https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/vaccine.
When vaccine is available for our patients then we strongly recommend vaccination for ALL our patients unless there is a history of severe allergic reactions to vaccination.
We consider vaccination to be safe for our immunosuppressed patients as this is not a live vaccine.
We are dedicated to accommodating current and new patients during this time of uncertainty go to our COVID-19 Guidelines page for more information about appointments.
We are committed to the health and safety of our patients, their families and our staff. In order to protect our community, if you have a fever, cough or shortness of breath, stay home and call us for further instructions at 415-925-5000. When in doubt, call first.
At Marin Cancer Care, we offer the most advanced treatments with a personal touch. It’s coordinated, compassionate care where we call you by name, act in your best interest, and take into account your well-being and that of those around you.
“From the moment I met my oncologist at Marin Cancer Care, Dr. Peter Eisenberg, I knew I was in good hands. His warmth and good humor alleviated my fear. Throughout my treatment, Dr. E. was so positive and encouraging, and the nursing staff was always ready to answer any question, cater to any need. I like that the doctors consult with one another, so you’re not getting just one opinion, but you benefit from the knowledge and experience of these highly regarded physicians.”
“I’m so grateful to have the team at Marin Cancer Care walking beside me on this journey.”